Matthew D. Hurteau
Matthew D. Hurteau
Professor, Dept of Biology, University of New Mexico
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Natural climate solutions for the United States
JE Fargione, S Bassett, T Boucher, SD Bridgham, RT Conant, ...
Science Advances 4 (11), eaat1869, 2018
Wildfire-driven forest conversion in western North American landscapes
JD Coop, SA Parks, CS Stevens-Rumann, SD Crausbay, PE Higuera, ...
BioScience 70 (8), 659-673, 2020
Carbon protection and fire risk reduction: toward a full accounting of forest carbon offsets
MD Hurteau, GW Koch, BA Hungate
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6 (9), 493-498, 2008
Fuel treatment effects on tree‐based forest carbon storage and emissions under modeled wildfire scenarios
M Hurteau, M North
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7 (8), 409-414, 2009
Climate, environment, and disturbance history govern resilience of western North American forests
PF Hessburg, CL Miller, SA Parks, NA Povak, AH Taylor, PE Higuera, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 239, 2019
Prescribed fire as a means of reducing forest carbon emissions in the western United States
C Wiedinmyer, MD Hurteau
Environmental science & technology 44 (6), 1926-1932, 2010
Adapting western North American forests to climate change and wildfires: 10 common questions
SJ Prichard, PF Hessburg, RK Hagmann, NA Povak, SZ Dobrowski, ...
Ecological applications 31 (8), e02433, 2021
Climate change, fire management, and ecological services in the southwestern US
MD Hurteau, JB Bradford, PZ FulÚ, AH Taylor, KL Martin
Forest Ecology and Management 327, 280-289, 2014
Short-and long-term effects of fire on carbon in US dry temperate forest systems
MD Hurteau, ML Brooks
BioScience 61 (2), 139-146, 2011
Fire suppression and fuels treatment effects on mixed‐conifer carbon stocks and emissions
M North, M Hurteau, J Innes
Ecological applications 19 (6), 1385-1396, 2009
High-severity wildfire effects on carbon stocks and emissions in fuels treated and untreated forest
MP North, MD Hurteau
Forest Ecology and Management 261 (6), 1115-1120, 2011
Projected effects of climate and development on California wildfire emissions through 2100
MD Hurteau, AL Westerling, C Wiedinmyer, BP Bryant
Environmental science & technology 48 (4), 2298-2304, 2014
Fire and climate change: conserving seasonally dry forests is still possible
SL Stephens, ALR Westerling, MD Hurteau, MZ Peery, CA Schultz, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 18 (6), 354-360, 2020
Influence of fire and El Nino on tree recruitment varies by species in Sierran mixed conifer
M North, M Hurteau, R Fiegener, M Barbour
Forest Science 51 (3), 187-197, 2005
Pyrosilviculture needed for landscape resilience of dry western United States forests
MP North, RA York, BM Collins, MD Hurteau, GM Jones, EE Knapp, ...
Journal of Forestry 119 (5), 520-544, 2021
A global meta‐analysis of forest bioenergy greenhouse gas emission accounting studies
T Buchholz, MD Hurteau, J Gunn, D Saah
Gcb Bioenergy 8 (2), 281-289, 2016
Vegetation-fire feedback reduces projected area burned under climate change
MD Hurteau, S Liang, ALR Westerling, C Wiedinmyer
Scientific reports 9 (1), 2838, 2019
Carbon recovery rates following different wildfire risk mitigation treatments
MD Hurteau, M North
Forest Ecology and Management 260 (5), 930-937, 2010
Large‐scale restoration increases carbon stability under projected climate and wildfire regimes
S Liang, MD Hurteau, AL Westerling
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 16 (4), 207-212, 2018
Challenges to the reforestation pipeline in the United States
J Fargione, DL Haase, OT Burney, OA Kildisheva, G Edge, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4, 629198, 2021
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